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Happy Yorkshire Day, everyone !!

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By SteLacca
01st Aug 2019 10:26

Pudding for tea, then? With gravy?

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By lionofludesch
01st Aug 2019 09:48

Absolutely.

Washed down with Yorkshire Tea.

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By Vile Nortin Naipaan
01st Aug 2019 10:55

I never knew that tea was grown in Yorkshire.

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By DJKL
01st Aug 2019 13:15

There's nowt a Yorkshireman can't do.

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By mrme89
01st Aug 2019 10:04

Happy Yorkshire Day.

Yorkshire Tea? No thanks. I'll be swigging an ale or two.

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By lionofludesch
01st Aug 2019 10:51

Wi' a proper eead ?

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By legerman
01st Aug 2019 10:58

Aye lad, same to thee anall

(I'm a bit further up the road than you in North Yorkshire, but I have clients in Doncaster as well, as I have connections there.

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By LostinSuspense
01st Aug 2019 11:12

Happy Yorkshire Day

Can I celebrate Yorkshire Day too?
Not a Yorkshireman
No idea how to make Yorkshire Pudding

But have lived here for all but 5 years of my life
and my parents are proper Yorkshire folk

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By DJKL
01st Aug 2019 13:14

Yorkshire puddings are really simple to make and really tricky to execute well.

My recipe is Keith Floyd's amended, I remove a little milk and add an extra egg.

The secret seems to be to make the batter mix early and let it stand before use, also when spooning in the mix to the tray switch on low the gas burners on the stove, lift tray from oven with hot fat and place over the low burners whilst spooning in the mix thus stopping the fat in the tray cooling whilst out of oven.

Lion, more than happy to celebrate with fraternal wishes from Scotland (Drove up through most of Yorkshire on Sunday past, Hull to Edinburgh)

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By Open all hours
01st Aug 2019 13:37

Sure you can celebrate Yorkshire Day. I had a Lancastrian client in this morning and he wished me Happy Yorkshire Day. He knows how things are and that’s why he chooses to live over here. I wouldn’t say he never looks back but he knows things are better in The Broad Acres.

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By LostinSuspense
01st Aug 2019 14:08

Ta.

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By Tax Dragon
01st Aug 2019 14:42

T'a?

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By vinylnobbynobbs
01st Aug 2019 13:46

Happy Yorkshire Day

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By Tax Dragon
01st Aug 2019 13:57

Is it any coincidence that Yorkshire Day comes just after Earth Overshoot Day?

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By JoF
01st Aug 2019 23:52

Happy Yorkshire Day Lion, only two minutes since the last one, surely.

I'm late to the party as ever, but this part of Cheshire has been washed away and just waiting on Armageddon just over a mile or three over the border in Whaley Bridge. (hoping it doesn't happen, but it's raining again now!).

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